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University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform    
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ISSN: 0033-1546
For full-text try Homepage above, or W&L journal finder
Price to U.S. academic institutions: $35

Same Subject Journals:
Public Policy, Politics and the Law

Managing Article Editor
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
University of Michigan Law School
625 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1215

Accepts e-mail submissions. The Journal of Law Reform seeks to improve the law and its administration by providing a forum for discussion that: Identifies contemporary issues for reform efforts, proposes concrete means to accomplish change, and evaluates the impact of law reform. In short, the Journal prefers a submission that not only describes an area of the law that warrants reform, but prescribes a means of accomplishing that reform. The Journal also welcomes multidisciplinary and empirical work as contributions to this discussion. The Journal encourages the submission of unsolicited manuscripts for publication. While the Journal primarily looks for unsolicited articles written by law professors, judges, practitioners, and academics from other disciplines, it also welcomes submissions of unsolicited manuscripts from law students and recent law school graduates whose pieces stem from their academic work as law students. However, the Journal only accepts unsolicited student writing on a limited basis and will do so when such work is deemed to be of exceptional quality. The Journal classifies the work of students and nonprofessional recent graduates as signed "notes," rather than "articles," and accords the student author full biographical information.
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submissions email:
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phone: 734-763-2195; Fax: 734-764-6043